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* ActorAllusion: The theatrical poster featured glowing and condemnatory quotes from Coogan's other comedic personas.


* UsefulNotes/BritishCoppers: Obviously, being based around the life and false accusation of a British parole officer.



* [[DoublingForLondon Doubling For Manchester]]: Set in Manchester, most of the film was shot in Liverpool, forty miles away. Leads to [[HilarityEnsues hilarity]]/rage from locals, since (a) the towns look very different, especially their skylines, and (b) there is a centuries-old rivalry between them.



* WouldHurtAChild: Burton threatens to shoot Kristy.

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* WouldHurtAChild: Burton threatens to shoot Kristy.Kristy.
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''The Parole Officer'' was a 2001 film starring [[Series/ImAlanPartridge Steve Coogan]] as Simon Garden, a clumsy, socially-inept parole officer who witnesses a murder. Framed by the murderer, Garden must gather together a mismatched band of ex-criminals in order to recover the security tape that would both clear his name and indict the real killer.

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''The Parole Officer'' was is a 2001 British comedy film directed by John Duigan and starring [[Series/ImAlanPartridge Steve Coogan]] Creator/SteveCoogan as Simon Garden, a clumsy, socially-inept parole officer who witnesses a murder. Framed by the murderer, Garden must gather together a mismatched band of ex-criminals in order to recover the security tape that would both clear his name and indict the real killer.


* ActorAllusion: The theatrical poster featured glowing and condemnatory quotes from Coogan's other comedic personas.


''The Parole Officer'' was a 2001 film starring [[ImAlanPartridge Steve Coogan]] as Simon Garden, a clumsy, socially-inept parole officer who witnesses a murder. Framed by the murderer, Garden must gather together a mismatched band of ex-criminals in order to recover the security tape that would both clear his name and indict the real killer.

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''The Parole Officer'' was a 2001 film starring [[ImAlanPartridge [[Series/ImAlanPartridge Steve Coogan]] as Simon Garden, a clumsy, socially-inept parole officer who witnesses a murder. Framed by the murderer, Garden must gather together a mismatched band of ex-criminals in order to recover the security tape that would both clear his name and indict the real killer.


* LittleMissBadass: Kristy



* WhereDoYouThinkYouAre: Combined with SuperWindowJump.

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* WhereDoYouThinkYouAre: Combined with SuperWindowJump.SuperWindowJump.
* WouldHurtAChild: Burton threatens to shoot Kristy.


* FanService: 3 words: ''LenaHeadey'' naked. Also, a deleted scene where Simon enters a room full of strippers.

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* FanService: 3 words: ''LenaHeadey'' ''Creator/LenaHeadey'' naked. Also, a deleted scene where Simon enters a room full of strippers.

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* WatchingTheReflectionUndress: See AccidentalPervert above.


* AbusiveParents: In a deleted scene, Kirsty explains that her used to beat her when she was a child.

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* AbusiveParents: In a deleted scene, Kirsty explains that her dad used to beat her when she was a child.



* AcceptableTargets: Parole officers and accountants.

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* TheDitz: Jeff.


* FanService: 3 words: ''LenaHeadry'' naked. Also, a deleted scene where Simon enters a room full of strippers.

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* FanService: 3 words: ''LenaHeadry'' ''LenaHeadey'' naked. Also, a deleted scene where Simon enters a room full of strippers.


* Fanservice: 3 words: ''LenaHeadry'' naked. Also, a deleted scene where Simon enters a room full of strippers.

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* Fanservice: FanService: 3 words: ''LenaHeadry'' naked. Also, a deleted scene where Simon enters a room full of strippers.

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* AbusiveParents: In a deleted scene, Kirsty explains that her used to beat her when she was a child.


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* Fanservice: 3 words: ''LenaHeadry'' naked. Also, a deleted scene where Simon enters a room full of strippers.


* BritishCoppers: Obviously, being based around the life and false accusation of a British parole officer.

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* BritishCoppers: UsefulNotes/BritishCoppers: Obviously, being based around the life and false accusation of a British parole officer.

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